A wearable computer for use in microgravity space and other non-desktop environments

@article{Matias1996AWC,
  title={A wearable computer for use in microgravity space and other non-desktop environments},
  author={Edgar Matias and I. MacKenzie and W. Buxton},
  journal={Conference Companion on Human Factors in Computing Systems},
  year={1996}
}
We present one possible design for a “wearable” computer—a computer that is worn. Our prototype permits text entry without the need of a table or other supporting surface. Typing can be performed while standing or even walking, Possible applications for this device are also discussed. 
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